Which GUI?

Reuben Sumner rasumner at iname.com
Wed Feb 23 17:59:04 CET 2000


My guess is that you do indeed get the prize.  Just to insert a somewhat
more specific comparison  between Tkinter and wxPython (then the debate can
continue on more subjective matters), from what I can tell you can print
from wxPython and you cannot from Tkinter.  If that happens to be an issue
for a specific application, that would be an advantage for wxPython.  How do
all the other PyQt, PyGTK, PyFOX, Py... do here?

Reuben

Moshe Zadka wrote in message ...
>On Mon, 21 Feb 2000, Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>
>>   Tkinter is a component oriented UI library, which
>>   is carefully designed to work well with Python.
>>   and vice versa -- a certain Python feature was
>>   in fact added in part to make Tkinter a bit easier
>>   to use (can you name this feature?)
>
>def f(**kw):
> pass
>
>do-i-get-the-effbotic-prize-or-what-ly y'rs, Z.






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